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jeffkmk31 Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
1 year
Products Used:
Only other hopper i have used is my friends rotor.
Marker Setup: Dangerous Power G3
Torque 440 Loudmouth
Pure Energy 68/4500 Carbon Fiber Tank
Strengths: Very fast
Extremely easy to take apart/clean
Weaknesses: Never stops spinning
Drains batteries
Review: This is a very good loader. The Torque is fast, light, and simple. This keeps up at 15 BPS effortlessly.

I would recommend this loader only to speedball players. It is light, fast, and everything else a speedball player is looking for. The constant spinning won't be a problem for those quick Xball style games.

But to the woodsball players, i would stay away away from the Torque if you are playing games that last 10+ minutes. The noise from the loader can get a little annoying, and you will be going through batteries like crazy.

The one thing i really like is how easy it is to disassemble. You just push down two buttons, pull the shells apart, and that's it. The first time i thought i was going to break it, but after the first few times, i got the hang of it.

Conclusion: i have put about a case through the Torque so far. And so far, i like it. Besides the constant spinning, it is perfect. The easy dis assembly makes it very convenient if you need to change the batteries between games. If you are on a budget, i would pick this loader up. For 45 bucks it is a steal.
8 out of 10

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